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Encountering the Shadow in Buddhist America

Common Boundary Magazine 1990 May/June By Katy Butler ONE SUMMER AFTERNOON IN 1982, a friend of mine stood on a street in Boulder, Colorado–under a bright blue Rocky Mountain sky–holding a bottle of sake. The wine, a gesture of gratitude, … Continue reading

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Poetry as Path

1991 Nov/Dec By Katy Butler Years of spiritual work help a new breed of translators illuminate the modern wisdom in ancient verse. EVERY AFTERNOON THE POET Coleman Barks walks up the stairs of his house in the university town of … Continue reading

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